Greg Moses

Greg Moses writes about peace and Texas, but not always at the same time. He is author of Revolution of Conscience: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Philosophy of Nonviolence. As editor of the Texas Civil Rights Review he has written about racism faced by Black agriculturalists in Texas. Moses is a member of the Texas Civil Rights Collaborative. He can be reached at

Reflections on a "Smokescreen"

A Report from the Texas Capitol Rally

Whitewashing the Voter Fraud Issue

War Tax Resisters Opt Out

It’s the White Vote, Stupid

The Same Old Struggle Against Imperial America

On the Homefront of Our Civil Wars

Blues for Fallujah

Standing at the Graves of Iraq

Four Million Children Might be News

Soap Opera Moments in Texas School Funding Trial

Hope and Hostility at the Ancient Crossings

Korean Labor Won’t Back Down

What Iraqi Unionists are Trying to Teach America and Why We Can’t Hear Them

Who Will Tell Us More About Those Who Refused to Make Way for War?

Where the Livable World Order Begins

Bush’s Misleading Pledge to Destroy Abu Ghraib

Fractured Reflections on Kissability

Please, Not Another Lynch Mob

Bremer’s De-De-Ba’athification Gambit

Bush Moves Beyond Incompetence

Follow the Families, Not the Script

Silhouettes of New Order

Stop Walling and Stalling

Cowboy Nation Gets Ready to Vote

Looking for a Coalition with Legs

Oscar White

The One Thing Bush Does Best

What Gives Texas A&M the Right?

Racism 101 All Over Again

To Write Off the South is to Surrender to Bigots